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Doña María Eugenia Ignacia Augustina de Palafox y KirkPatrick, Countess of Teba and Marchioness of Ardales , known as Eugénie de Montijo , was the last Empress consort of the French, from 1853 to as the wife of Napoleon III, Emperor of the French.

1764 Marianne Camasse, Countess of Forbach, morganatic wife of Christian IV by Johann Christian Mannlich

1764 Marianne Camasse, Countess of Forbach, morganatic wife of Christian IV by Johann Christian Mannlich

Marie Antoinette--thus painting is so beautiful. It almost looks like a photograph!

summer fête for marie antoinette

Marie Antoinette--thus painting is so beautiful. It almost looks like a photograph!

Robe a la Française (open gown with visible petticoat), England, 1745-1750. Pale brown silk brocade with floral motifs in silver thread and coloured silk.

Robe a la Française (open gown with visible petticoat), England, 1745-1750. Pale brown silk brocade with floral motifs in silver thread and coloured silk.

El 15 de abril de 1764, agotada por veinte años de vida en la corte, se apagó en Versalles, a la edad de 42 años. Viendo la lluvia en el momento de la salida del ataúd de su amante de Versalles, Luis XV dijo esta cínica frase: «La marquise n'aura pas beau temps pour son voyage.» («La marquesa no tendrá buen tiempo para su viaje.»).

El 15 de abril de 1764, agotada por veinte años de vida en la corte, se apagó en Versalles, a la edad de 42 años. Viendo la lluvia en el momento de la salida del ataúd de su amante de Versalles, Luis XV dijo esta cínica frase: «La marquise n'aura pas beau temps pour son voyage.» («La marquesa no tendrá buen tiempo para su viaje.»).

Susanna Hope by Joseph Wright, 1771.  Art Experience NYC  www.artexperiencenyc.com/social_login/?utm_source=pinterest_medium=pins_content=pinterest_pins_campaign=pinterest_initial

Susanna Hope by Joseph Wright, 1771. Art Experience NYC www.artexperiencenyc.com/social_login/?utm_source=pinterest_medium=pins_content=pinterest_pins_campaign=pinterest_initial

1783 "Muslin portrait" by Élisabeth-Louise Vigée-Lebrun  This picture created a firestorm of controversy. The uproar caused by this picture made it necessary to have the next picture painted hurriedly as a correction. The French blamed hard times for their textile industry on her and her court - this dress is of muslin and muslin was made in Italy, not in France. Her dress is one-piece and very casual. According to Ribeiro in Dress in Eighteenth Century Europe, pp. 226 - 227 (

1783 "Muslin portrait" by Élisabeth-Louise Vigée-Lebrun This picture created a firestorm of controversy. The uproar caused by this picture made it necessary to have the next picture painted hurriedly as a correction. The French blamed hard times for their textile industry on her and her court - this dress is of muslin and muslin was made in Italy, not in France. Her dress is one-piece and very casual. According to Ribeiro in Dress in Eighteenth Century Europe, pp. 226 - 227 (